Top 40 Commodities in Washington State

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Washington is second only to California in the number of agricultural commodities produced; over 230.

Top 40 Commodities in Washington State, 2011 Value of Production
1. Apples $1,831,165,000
2. Milk $1,276,983,000
3. Wheat $1,138,226,000
4. Potatoes $771,040,000
5. Hay $713,568,000
6. Cattle & Calves $592,296,000
7. Cherries $533,507,000
8. Nursery/Greenhouse $306,422,000
9. Grapes $189,396,000
10. Pears $186,269,000
11. Corn for Grain $171,563,000
12. Sweet Corn $163,686,000
13. Eggs $142,005,000
14. Hops $141,097,000
15. Blueberries $122,000,000
16. Onions $121,686,000
17. Corn for Silage $101,861,000
18. Aquaculture $90,131,000
19. Broilers (D)
20. Mint Oil $68,275,000
21. Dry Edible Beans $64,665,000
22. Red Raspberries $44,336,000
23. Christmas Trees $42,630,000
24. Barley $41,274,000
25. Lentils $36,376,000
26. Green Peas for Processing $24,116,000
27. Haylage $23,155,000
28. Dry Edible Peas $21,760,000
29. Mushrooms $19,421,000
30. Asparagus $18,936,000
31. Alfalfa Seed $14,200,000
32. KY Bluegrass Seed $13,260,000
33. Carrots for Processing $10,380,000
34. Farm Forest Products (D)
35. Wrinkled Seed Peas $9,350,000
36. Strawberries $8,971,000
37. Peaches $7,809,000
38. Apricots $7,132,000
39. Cranberries $6,361,000
40. Canola $4,380,000
(D)=Not published to avoid disclosure of ind. operations

http://agr.wa.gov/AgInWa/docs/2011PrideOfWashingtonState12-12.pdf

 

 

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